Moving right along into spring, we're already starting to see some new foliage on the trees;
But sometimes, long before any of the visual landscape changes, you can actually hear the sounds of spring — beginning with the Peepers calling into the late evening and early dawn.
Fun Facts about Peepers:
Peepers “sing” as a part of their mating ritual.
It’s the guys crooning to the girls, trying to draw them nearer (the universal language of love, even for amphibians).
Spring Peepers are tough and can survive freezing and thawing (unlike some of our early flowers that fall victim to late frost).